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DENTSU AEGIS US WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP SERIES FEATURING ELISE MITCHELL

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Elise Mitchell and Rob Horler, CEO Dentsu Aegis Network US Q&A at the first Women’s Leadership Series of the Year at DAN US HQ in Tribeca, New York

As part of Dentsu Aegis Network’s global commitment to fostering gender diversity and supporting female leaders across its businesses, the network hosts a quarterly speaker series dedicated to discussing the opportunities and challenges of female talent. The first edition was hosted at the new US headquarters of the Dentsu Aegis Network in New York’s trendy TriBeCa neighborhood and featured Elise Mitchell, founder and CEO of global communications agency Mitchell Communications. Approximately 75 people from across the company (including at least 15 MKTGers) spent the evening networking, celebrating women in leadership, and hearing Elise’s amazing story of entrepreneurship and growth.

Elise shared key lessons from her recently released book, Leading Through The Turn, and was later joined by Rob Horler, CEO DAN US, for a Q&A with the audience. Was an awesome night and is an even more awesome read. Grab your copy today!

For more photos from the event, check out Mitchell’s Facebook page.

 

 

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MKTG New Zealand has a new chief!

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Marketing and Advertising News Daily | Arrivals & Departures: MKTG taps Kathy Gieck

 

 

Dentsu Aegis Network has appointed Kathy Gieck as Managing Director of MKTG to lead its lifestyle marketing agency in New Zealand.

Gieck joins MKTG from Mango, where she held the role of general manager for over two years. Her 20-year career spans New Zealand PR & activation agencies Acumen, Spark PR & Activate and Ogilvy, as well as directing her own agencies in both New Zealand and Canada.

MKTG launched in New Zealand in May 2016, with specialist activations agencies, Synergy and ApolloNation, and PR agency Haystac merging to form Dentsu Aegis Network’s newest lifestyle marketing offer.

Speaking of the MD appointment, Dentsu Aegis Network NZ ceo Rob Harvey said: “I am thrilled we have been able to attract someone of Kathy’s calibre to lead MKTG in New Zealand. MKTG is an agency with very authentic and human values at its core and Kathy is the perfect embodiment of those. We have big ambitions for MKTG to redefine the lifestyle marketing space and I have every confidence that Kathy’s drive and experience will lead MKTG to great success.

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Written by Stephanie Rudnick
Stephanie Rudnick

June 13th, 2016 at 3:33 pm

MKTG INC @ Cannes Lions 2015

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A team from MKTG INC recently traveled to the Cannes Lions International Festival of Creativity. The festival is the annual mecca for the global marketing communications industry, with the most powerful brands, media outlets, agencies of all kinds (advertising, PR, experiential, digital, technology, data, social, mobile, creative, and many many others) – approximately 15,000 people, flocking to Cannes to network, to visit brand experiences, to close major deals, to learn, to meet a lot of people, and in many cases take home some hardware.

Sure, the setting is seriously glorious, but it is honestly a beast of a week. Think Sundance or CES…at the beach…in the South of France, in the summer. You are running, watching a panel on a rooftop in 85 degree heat, then running into a freezing cold conference room and back again, and grabbing food along the way, usually until sundown when things slow up a bit.

Luckily, my friend Julie Thompson, a 16-year Cannes Lions veteran, wrote this hugely insightful article for Adweek, that I used as gospel to make sure I made the most of my four days in Cannes. Even with Julie’s help, I still overbooked myself, but not complaining.

Between the client and press meetings at our home base, the Dentsu Aegis Beach House, panels, Q&As, creative showcases, press sit-downs, more panels from Adweek, Medialink, digiday, LinkedIn and visits to Google Beach, Facebook’s Hacker Square, and my favorite stop, The Girls Lounge, I averaged 22,000 steps a day according to my trusty companion, my FitBit.

Anyway, rather than yarn on, I figured I’d share with you some photos I snapped along the way:

 

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